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Old December 14th, 2009, 03:50 PM   #31
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Competition is a good thing

Sony? Red? DSLR? Other?

It all depends on what you're doing with it, of course, but one thing is for sure: competition is a good thing for the customer. Better specs, better prices.

Plus, it gives us all something to argue about!
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Old December 14th, 2009, 07:47 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by Steve Phillipps View Post
Well that says quite a lot really. Video/Cinema shooters are not likely to want to handhold their cameras very often (I hope!) Typically you'll have a big tripod, support bars, follow focus, matte box etc.
That depends on the type of work you do. But photogs and event videographers use hand held all the time. Goes the same for documentary work- example The Deadliest Catch, where majority of shots are on the run and from hand held position.
This is a trailer for my documentary- almost no tripod shots. YouTube - Climbing Porn
A lot of us actually do care about ergonomics.
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